CEI Ventures participates in financing to restart former Danone factory as a new plant-based dairy
Throughout Maine, food and beverage companies are posied to be economic drivers for the state, but for many of these companies, finding and securing adequate facility space to grow is challenging.
Half of the 500+ respondents say they’ve experienced sexual harassment in a Maine workplace in first of its kind research in the state
WILL YOU TELL US YOUR STORY? We’re doing some research and we need your help. At the CEI Women’s Business Center, our mission is to help women in Maine start or grow their own businesses. We’re doing some research this summer to better understand your journey as a female entrepreneur:what’s been challenging, helpful, and unexpected? Our goal is to interview a wide variety of female-identifying entrepreneurs between now and July 25th. The interviews are approximately one hour long, and can happen in-person, on the phone, or as a video call. Your participation will help us craft our program offerings as we move forward, so that we can improve our work and our impact. We know you are a valuable member of our entrepreneurial community, and hope you’ll sign up for an interview, or refer someone who might be a good fit. SCHEDULE YOUR INTERVIEW NOW! You can schedule online for a phone or Skype interview, email us or call Andrea to set up a convenient time at (623) 363-5069. PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ENTERED IN A DRAWING TO WIN A $50 GIFT CARD Frequently Asked Questions
Broad Coalition of Businesses, Towns, and Advocates Praise Progress Augusta, ME – Bipartisan majorities in the Maine Senate and House have given final approval to a historic solar energy bill that would give residents, businesses, and towns more opportunities to invest in affordable solar power. LD 1711, sponsored by Senate Minority Leader Dana Dow (R-Lincoln), is awaiting the signature of Governor Janet Mills, who has signaled she intends to sign it into law after campaigning on the need for more solar power in Maine.
(Farmington, Maine- June 18, 2019)- Coastal Enterprises, Inc. (CEI) welcomes Lorri Brown as its new Women’s Business Center Program Director and Advisor based in Farmington..
BRUNSWICK, MAINE – June 4, 2019 – Coastal Enterprises (CEI) has created a new loan product to help finance shellfish and sea vegetable growers who, for a variety of reasons, may not be able to access loans from traditional lending sources.
(Bangor, Maine- May 30, 2019) Coastal Enterprises, Inc. (CEI) welcomes Alison Lane as a new small business advisor. She is joining Ann McAlhany in their Maine Small Business Development (SBDC) office in Bangor.
Taste specialty foods and beverages from Maine and learn about the companies who are producing these premium products.